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EnerSys, Manufacturer Of ODYSSEY Batteries, Announces Multi-Year Extension As Team Penske Sponsor

Team Penske is celebrating its 50th anniversary in motorsports in 2016 and looking forward to another banner year.

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READING, Pa. — EnerSys recently announced its multi-year extension as official sponsor of Team Penske through 2018.

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As official partner of Team Penske’s NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) programs, EnerSys will equip Team Penske with its ODYSSEY batteries. In addition, the ODYSSEY battery logo will be on the b-post of the No. 22 NXS Ford Mustang beginning with the POWERSHARES QQQ 300 at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Fla., on Saturday, Feb. 20.

EnerSys joined forces with Team Penske in 2014, displaying its ODYSSEY battery logo on the Team’s No. 22 Ford Mustang and outfitting Penske Racing’s state-of-the-art Mooresville, N.C., headquarters with its ODYSSEY batteries, chargers and accessories.

“We are excited to continue the momentum of our partnership with Team Penske,” said David M. Shaffer, president and chief operating officer at EnerSys, “and proud to power one of the most successful teams in professional sports today.”

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Team Penske is celebrating its 50th anniversary in motorsports in 2016 and looking forward to another banner year. The team is coming off a successful 2015 season with seven wins in the Sprint Cup Series, eight wins in the XFINITY Series and its third consecutive NXS Owners’ Championship.

“We are very pleased to continue building our relationship with EnerSys,” said Roger S. Penske, founder and chairman of Penske Corporation. “Our success depends on a team effort, and we know we can count on EnerSys and its ODYSSEY batteries to help us perform at our best.”

For more information on EnerSys and its full line of products, systems and support, visit www.enersys.com.

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